Listen to the new Bright Eyes album “Down in the Weeds, W the World Once Was” online this Friday at 4pm, featuring Bob Boylan from All Songs Considered and interviews with Bright Eyes Conor Oberst, Mike Moghis and Nathaniel Walcott. Bright Eyes will join NPR Music’s party to listen to “Down in the Weeds” All songs reviewed on Friday at 4pm ET, NPR Music will have an online party listening to the new Bright Eyes album “Down in the Weeds, W the World Once Was” with a live chat with the band. Nine years have passed since the release of The People’s Key, which Oberst then called the last Bright Eyes album. Join us for a chat to ask questions or just express your love and thoughts about Bright Eyes. Since then, he has released three studio albums called “his”, the band has disappeared, and he has released another album with Phoebe Bridgers, the community center for “Better Oblivion”. In the bushes, w the world once was, it is tightly structured and rooted in an apocalyptic fear. You can react through NPR presentations and watch them on YouTube.
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